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How to write a CV for the Creative industries

We have been using CVs as a method of shortlisting candidates for a long time and despite predictions of their near demise, it is likely that they will still be relied upon by recruiters for the foreseeable future, in combination with the candidate’s online presence. A CV is different from an

Epic Profile: James Sebright

I first met James when he contacted me after attending our inaugural PowwowBiz and he was keen to jump on the Epic train. This is for grievous reasons. James is a brilliantly talented local photographer and like so many talented creative people he is struggling to find business and is criminally bei

Guerilla Lets Us Know Where History Lives

That lovely lot at Newcastle’s Guerilla Marketing have done some special things for Hogwarts. Sorry, I mean Alnwick Castle. They’ve informed me that family tickets for the castle have gone up by a whopping 224% against last year thanks to Guerilla’s latest campaign. Guerilla Client Services D

Sweet Funding Opportunities for Young Creatives

Young creative types of the North East listen up. There’s a couple of really exciting pockets of money just opened up that could seriously take you places! We all know how difficult it is trying to focus on making something creative that people will love when you have the distraction of undertakin

Junior Graphic Designer

An award winning Advertising Agency based in Newcastle is looking to recruit a Junior Graphic designer to join its busy and expanding studio. The successful candidate will need to have a natural passion for design as you will be regularly supporting Senior designers on the development of campaign co

Once Upon The End

Ernest Hemingway was once challenged to write a story in as few words as possible. He did it in six: For sale. Baby shoes. Never worn. The power of this story lies in its brevity and what is left to the imagination. With that in mind, nearly two years ago Gardiner Richardson set out to discover w

Creative? Dainah Needs You!

Dainah Pryce attended our latest PowwowBiz at The Town Wall and piped up that she needs our help. She is a 3rd year student of Northumbria University's School of Design. She’s currently at the beginning stages of conducting research for her dissertation. Her dissertation question is looking into